Events

Conference

17 Mar 2022
IEMed

Choke, push-back and disperse: displacement as a political technology of migration governmentality

Conference by Martina Tazzioli, lecturer in Politics and Technology, Goldsmiths University of London and Juan Carlos Triviño, senior researcher at GRITIM-UPF.

Conference

03 Mar 2022
IEMed

Highly Qualified Migrations from Southern Europe in Times of Crisis: Gain or Waste of Brains?

Conference by Yvonne Riaño, associate professor at the Institute of Geography of the Université de Neuchâtel. Moderated by Thales Speroni, postdoctoral researcher at CER-Migracions.

Conference

24 Feb 2022
IEMed

The Politics of Climate Change and Migration: a Sociological Interpretation

Conference by Gerard Delanty, professor of Sociology and Social Political Thought (University of Sussex) and Juan Carlos Triviño, senior researcher, (Universitat Pompeu Fabra).

Conference

02 Feb 2022
IEMed

Young people with a Migratory Background in the Mediterranean

Conference by Francesca Lagomarsino, associate professor (Università di Genova) and Romina Tavernelli, researcher and co-director of the Master’s degree (Universitat de Barcelona).

Webinar

14 Jan 2021
Online

Socioeconomic Impact of Operations in the Mediterranean

The port of Barcelona presents an innovative strategy that makes it the main Euro-Mediterranean logistics hub. Santiago García-Milà presents the role of the port, a service infrastructure that is directed to a wide hinterland.

Webinar

28 Jan 2021
Online

Integration and Transnationalism in a Comparative Perspective: the Case of Albanian Immigrants in Vienna and Athens

Using the comparative study of the integration model of Albanian migrants in Vienna and Athens, Eda Gemi (New York University of Tirana) explains the weight and the connections between integration and transnationalism.

Webinar

11 Mar 2021
Online

Mediterranean Migration Governance: Looking at New Policy Paths

Strategies to address Euro-Mediterranean migration have been predominantly directed from a European and state-focused point of view. Carmen Geha and Gemma Aubarell discuss new paths of multilevel governance.

Webinar

18 Mar 2021
Online

Sea Rescue and International Protection: Towards a New Legal Framework Based on the European Pact on Migration and Asylum?

Joana Abrisketa, analyses the legal tensions that may occur when a ship is rescuing a group of migrants at sea and reflects on the recent European Pact on Migration and Asylum (2020).

Webinar

06 May 2021
Online

Capturing Irregular Migration by a Macro-Sociological Lens: 12 Steps Process from and through North Africa to Europe

Irregular migration is a complex phenomenon on which each country develops its vision. A change of perspective can displace all narratives to turn irregular migrations into regular ones and, therefore, provide policies to “leave no one behind”.

Webinar

18 May 2021
Online

BEYOND NETWORKS, MILITIAS, AND TRIBES: Rethinking the EU’s Counter-Smuggling Policy and Response

This public debate weighs the future of EU counter-smuggling policies against evidence and data on the realities of smuggling in North Africa and the Sahel.

Webinar

25 May 2021
Online

Beyond Networks, Militias, and Tribes: Rethinking the EU’s Counter-Smuggling Policy and Response

The event reflects cri­tically on the actions and instruments the EU has deployed to counter mi­grant smuggling, and proposes what should be done differently under the forthcoming term.

Workshop

17 Jun 2021
Casal ‘Pou de la Figuera’, Barcelona

Marking Trends-Refuge and Migrations

The workshop serves to provide answers to the needs of the group of migrants and refugees in our cities.